Pals Blog Hop Into Spring!

Stampin up sweet pea stitched felt flower

SDC13301-1 Welcome!  If you've hopped
over from Liz Hughes' blog, 
DIY Paper Creations, I'm the next stop on the PALS SPRING BLOG
HOP.
  I'll help you "hop along" from blog to blog
where you'll find inspirational ideas using Stampin' Up! products from My Stampin' Pretty Pals

Our complete blog line-up is below.  The next stop on the hop is Pal Jason Casper's blog, Jason's Stampin' Pad

Hop into Spring with a delightful Sweet Pea Stitched Felt flower accented around the edges using the Scallop Trim Border and Corner Punches.  Check out this handy tips and tricks checklist on Making Squares and Rectangles with Stampin' Up! Border and Corner Punches!  It's also on my left side bar under Tutorials (a handy little resource area)!

STAMPIN' PRETTY TIP:  The Sweetheart Stamp Set is available now AND will be included in the new Stampin' Up! Idea Book and Catalog when it's released in July.  Ditto the Heart Treat Cups (120435).  Woo Hoo!

Sweetheart stampin pretty

Stampin up teeny tiny wishes sentiment Stamp Set:  Tiny Tiny Wishes (115370), Sweetheart Stamp Set (Wood-Mount 120415, Clear-Mount 120780)
Paper:  Sweet Pea Designer Series Paper Pack (117161, Occasions Mini Catalog), Rose Red (102544), Whisper White (100730), Old Olive (100702), Pretty in Pink (100459)
Ink:  Old Olive (102277), Rose Red (101778)
Cool Tools:  Small (107304), Large (107305) and Scallop Oval Punches (114889), Scallop Trim Border Punch (118402, Sale-A-Bration), Scallop Trim Corner Punch (118870, Occasions Mini Catalog)
The Perfect Touch:  Sweet Pea Stitched Felt (117266, Occasions Mini Catalog), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

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PALS SPRING HOP
LINE-UP

Regina Mangum — The
Stampin' Bean


Mike Funke — Stampin-Style

Martha Stewart — Seasons of Stamping

Anne Beale Yancey – Mukibug

Liz Hughes — DIY Paper Creations

Mary Fish — Stampin' Pretty

Jason Casper — Jason's Stampin' Pad

Melanie Collins — Oops a Daisy

Kris Kilcoyne — Kween Bee Kreations

Tricia Gillam — Soul Stamper

Barbara Furlong — The Love of Stamping

Gina Shaw — Cards by Gina

Kim Lampone – Stamp, Scrap, Get Kreative

Debbie Pierce — Stampin' Sunshine

Ann Schach — The
Stampin' Schach


Kalshelia Lloyd — Stampin' Fabulousity

Lourdes Torres – Cozy Crafty Corner


Carla
Bazhenow
– Carla's Scraps

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20 Comments:

  1. I have the felt flowers and you’ve given me a great idea for what to do with them. Thanks much!

  2. Awesome card! The felties are so cute!

  3. I love how these colors just “pop” against the white! Beautiful card!

  4. Gorgeous card, love the flower and the how you did the petals.

  5. Gorgeous and creative…just like you, Mary! XO

  6. Colleen Kramer

    So very, very pretty!

  7. Very cool card! Good news on the stamp set and cups continuing over!

  8. Mary,
    I’ve yet to get these felt flowers. With Spring in the air, it may be time. Your colors are just so perfect. Very inspiring, thank you.

  9. Bright and pretty card.

  10. You and this stamp set were made for each other! You have made some beautiful cards using this set. Love it! Love how you used the felt flowers.

  11. So, so cute! I love how you did the flowers… I wasn’t crazy about the three petal flower in my pack, but it’s CUTE like that!

  12. Gorgeous and classy. Love it. I also love the one you made for Kris, so thoughtful.

  13. Stephanie Daughtrey

    Love it (as usual) Mary. Praying for you and your family at this time.

  14. oh great now I NEED the Sweet Pea Felt Flowers, lol

    Great card!!

  15. Sweet card Mary!! Great colors too!

  16. Love how you showcased this flower!

  17. I too love how you showcased your flower. How beautiful. Hugs, Carla

  18. Very bright and cheery! Love it, Mary.

  19. Layered flower is extra special and bright.

  20. Great colors and love the felt flowers. Have question…what do you use to adhere the 3 felt flowers pieces together? Dimensionals, glue, and if glue which one. I’m finding whatever glue I use absorbs into felt. Thanks!

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